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Judy Willis discusses the role stress can play on students and their ability to learn & retain information in the classroom (Edutopia).
Amy Erin Borovoy pulled together a 7 video series that touches a variety of topics in modern Brain Research & how they affect education (@videoamy)
In this article, Louis Cozolino discusses 9 things that all educators should know about the brain to make them better teachers (GreaterGood)
In this video, Janet Zadina talks about some of the most common myths regarding the brain and learning & how science is disprooving them (Brainfacts.org).
Pat Wolfe has created a website devoted towards new brain research and its implications on the classroom. Resources include articles, latest news, & books recommendations (patwolfe.com).
A series of games designed to improve learning for K-5 students (UNE.edu).
Richard E. Cytowic illustrates that humans actually use more than 10% of the brain and explains why humans aren't good at multi-tasking (TED-Ed).
A collection of resources for the Brain Research enthusiast. (Edutopia.org)
An article by Carol Dweck that discusses the value of giving feedback and how to give effective praise. (Scientific American, 2015)
A 2-week lesson plan with hyperlinked videos, readings & activities. Created by a CFT Grad.
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